Discussion about Design Principles, case studies and methods.
This is awesome!
@benbrignell cool project! It feels super timely as I am just finalizing our team's first set of Design Principles after working on them for the last few months.
Very helpful project. Thanks.
really helpful. I look forward to seeing this develop
Thanks - I've added a contributor page, so it doesn't just dump people directly onto the github page (which is unfamiliar to some) and added some high-level guidelines on the page. Will make the github documentation a bit more comprehensive next
Tinkering with a few webfonts while I eat my lunch - initially didn't want to add a webfont for performance reasons but the site's pretty tiny to load so trying some ideas out
Thought I'd join the conversation as I've only just realised you have a Gitter, and I've made a couple of PRs. Hi guys! 👋🏻
A few people have asked for this, if you're interested I'll sending doing a useful but infrequent newsletter. It'd be great to know what kind of things you'd like to receive if this was for you https://tinyletter.com/designprinciples
Also thanks for joining @MattGreyDesign and thanks for your PRs and feedback
Amazing wonderful awesome project!!
Trying to get some colleagues to collaborate on adding some more principles
I am a product manager from china
I can do some translation work if possible
Thank you @gabriellemic !
@liushijie0 - the site's still developing so once there's a plan to localise I'll ping you for some pointers, thank you
@benbrignell any plans to tag all the submissions so that can be filtered out a bit? (or is it already there and I'm blind?)
Yeah it’s in process, quite a lot of work but soon! @ThePeach
thanks for the update @benbrignell :) good stuff looking forward to the upcoming developments
Hi everyone! Just wanted to say I really admire the concept behind this website and I will try to help as much as I can.
Tags have been added by the way - take a look at https://principles.design/examples and let me know what you think. Needs a little bit more fine tuning and show/hide on mobile but pretty much there - I'm looking for feedback on the tags themselves, too. Universal, Specific, People, Organisations, Hardware, Software, Language
sweet, thanks @benbrignell just saw the update
looks very good and seems functional :)
There's not been a great deal of activity here (probably my fault) - but generally-speaking, would most people prefer slack for conversation around design principles? I'm not sure if gitter is too Dev-oriented for this crowd